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What's The Proper Way To Confront A Social Distancing Rule-Breaker?

There's a new batch of etiquette dilemmas to navigate in the time of the coronavirus.

Election 2020: Your Guide To LA County's Measure R 

The proposal expands the authority of the Sheriff's Civilian Oversight Commission, and calls for a plan to reduce the jail population.

Election 2020: Your Guide To The Race For LAUSD Board District 7

It's the most competitive of the board races in this year's election.

Election 2020: Your Guide To The Race For LAUSD Board District 3

Both the L.A. teachers' union and charter school advocates are pouring money into this race.

Election 2020: How To Vote For Judges In The March 3 Primary

You'll be voting to fill 12 seats. Here's where to start.

Election 2020: Your Guide To The Race For LA County District 2 Supervisor

An incredibly powerful seat is up for grabs. Here's what to know about the top candidates.

Los Angeles And OC Voting Centers Are Open: Where To Go For The 2020 Primary Election

Chances are your voting location has changed. Here's the list of where you can go.

Here's Your Guide To The 2020 Primary Election In LA

We may not be able to fully ease your anxieties about the 2020 election season, but we can at least offer some friendly guidance.

How To Deal With Parking In LA Without Turning Into A Ball Of Rage

Actually, the rage may come either way. But here are some tips on etiquette, anxiety mitigation and lesser-known laws.

There Is Too Much Parking In LA. There Is Too Little Parking In LA. Discuss.

The total space dedicated to surface lot parking in L.A. County is greater than the size of four Manhattans.

Tell Us About Your LA Parking Gripes

Grave concerns and petty grievances alike are welcome.

The New 2019 Laws Are Here! See What's Legal/Illegal As Of January 1

Street vending and home kitchens decriminalized. Gun sales restricted. And be ready to ask for a straw.

Attention, Mamas! Will You Tell Us About Your Birth Story?

Assuming you haven't completely blocked it from your memory.

We're Investigating The Justice System In Southern California

Whether you've faced charges, you have a relative or friend who's been incarcerated, or work within the criminal justice system, we want to hear from you.